Hydroxyethyl Cellulose oildrilling
Hydroxyethyl Cellulose is an non-ionic water-soluble polymer, it is white to slightly yellow, odorless and tasteless powdered solid. It is mainly used as viscosifier and fluid loss agent in oildrilling.
|Type||Viscosity mpa.s||Moisture, % ≤||Ash, % ≤||pH|
Remarks: The above viscosity values are all obtained using Brookfield Viscometer at 25℃, LVTD.
Liquid Hydroxyethy Cellulose
Liquid HEC is made by mixing HEC, mineral oil and surfactant. It can be rapidly disperse in and thicken a variety of brines, including sea water and other light brines, with minimum shear and without forming fisheye.
|Liquid Hydroxyethy Cellulose|
|Appearance||Cream to light yellow liquid|
|HEC content max（%）||40|
|Solubility||Soluble in fresh&salt water|
|Acid solubility||Soluble in 15% HCL|